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With the recent surge of competitiveness found on formerly more even-tempered cooking shows, the Humaleon System aims to help chefs bring some fieriness home if they’re looking to crank up the heat on their cooking. Designed by Teerapol O-charoen, the Humaleon System is able to project holograms of world-famous chefs right into their kitchen domain, either as assistants, or for added motivation.
Made of Polybutadiene, which is heatproof and waterproof, the Humaleon System is also capable of giving detailed ingredient lists, recipes and in-depth tutorials. The sensors can also detect and measure exact portions of ingredients. Once the dish is prepared, the user can upload photographs of their creation directly on to a social network and compare their recipes and dishes with others.
As if the presence of Gordon Ramsay wasn’t intimidating enough, the holographs can also be programmed to bellow specific commands to the chef, such as “Hurry up!” and “Next step!”